Articles of the Week – 6/6-6/12

Saturday June 6:

Exploring the hidden social networks of ‘lone actor’ terrorists – David Bright, Chad Whelan, and Shandon Harris-Hogan, Crime, Law and Social Change:

Monday June 8:

The future of the Islamic State’s Women: assessing their potential threat – Jessica Davis, ICCT:

Tuesday June 9:

On the Reported Death of al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb’s Emir Abdelmalek Droukdel – Alex Thurston, Sahel Blog:

Islamic State in Khorasan: Attempting to Absorb Rival Groups – Amira Jadoon, Center for Global Policy:

Brokers of Legitimacy: Women in Community-Based Armed Groups – Hilary Matfess, Resolve Network:

Strategic Targeting: The Islamic State and Use of Violence in Iraq and Syria – Michael Burch and Elise Pizzi, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Islamist radicalisation in Italy: just A myth? – Michele Groppi, Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism:

Musical Criminology: A Comparative Analysis of Jihadist Nasheeds and Narco Corridos – Hayat Alvi, The Air Force Journal of European, Middle Eastern, & African Affairs:

Wednesday June 10:

Social Media as a Mirror of External Circumstances: Insights Into a Radical Group – Mika Josephine Moeller, GNET:

“Jurisprudence Beyond the State: An Analysis of Jihadist “Justice” in Yemen, Syria and Libya – Joana Cook, Haid Haid, and Inga Trauthig, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

The impact of terrorism on international mergers and acquisitions: Evidence from firm-level decisions – Babet Hogetoorn and Michiel Gerritse, Journal of Peace Research:

How Terrorism Spreads: Emulation and the Diffusion of Ethnic and Ethnoreligious Terrorism – Sara M. T. Polo, Journal of Conflict Resolution:

Thursday June 11:

“Help for Sisters”: A Look at Crowdfunding Campaigns with Potential Links to Terrorist and Criminal Networks – Audrey Alexander, GNET:

Friday June 12:

Islamic Caliphate or nation state? Investigating the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s imagined community – Ben Caló, David Malet, Luke Howie, and Pete Lentini, Nations and Nationalism:

Indonesia’s missing Left and the Islamisation of dissent – Vedi R. Hadiz, Third World Quarterly: